Seaside Spots of Sicily
Travel Type: Self-guided Itinerary
Transportation: including maritime and land transfers
Period: from mid April to mid October - on request
Duration: 7 nights/8 days
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The lovely Taormina and the yellow, black and blue Aeolian Islands. Seven volcanic islands made out of brimstone and black lava lying in an intense blue sea. Cristal clear water, sunny beaches, charming creeks and breathtaking excursions on the still active volcanoes.
Many travelers, enraptured with the wild beauty of these islands, said – I just stop here -
About the hotels
Taormina - Villa Schuler4*. Family-owned for 3 generations since 1905, the hotel is characterized by its refined ambience and informal atmosphere. Located in the historic center of Taormina, surrounded by its own extensive, subtropical, shady terraced gardens, its unique and quiet position offers stupendous views of Mount Etna and the Bay of Naxos.
Taormina – San Pietro 5*L. As the only Relais & Chateaux in Sicily this quiet and beautifully maintained retreat, a few minute walk from the center of Taormina, is encapsulated by the glorious Sicilian flora that flourishes in this part of the World. Breathtaking views.
Salina - Capofaro Malvasia & Resort 5* will host you in rooms looking on the painstakingly cultivated Malvasia vineyards, symbol of the Tasca d’Almerita Estates. And then the sea, a breath taking panorama till the opposite islands of Panarea and Stromboli.
Salina – Signum 4* hotel was created from a group of antique houses, and is surrounded by two beautiful inactive volcanoes, and the most lush greenery and aromatic perfumes of the island’s exquisite jasmine and citrus trees. Rooms have been furnished with antique furniture and quality accessories.
Panarea – Quartara 4*. The hotel is small, it has an atmosphere at once friendly and refined, for people who, though keeping in touch with the social life of the island, do not want to forego calm and relax. Only thirteen rooms blending the typical island style with the classical materials of Sicily, as floors in majolica-covered lava stone.